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Being Anti-Social by Leigh K. Cunningham
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Jun 15, 2012

really liked it
Read from June 12 to 15, 2012

Leigh Cunningham has done it again with "Being Anti-Social", which could also have been titled "Being True to Oneself". It is a poignant story of single woman as she approaches middle age and chronicles her journey to self-actualization as she thoroughly examines her lifestyle, her relationships both present and past, and her regrets. At times laugh-out-loud funny (my husband can attest to this; he could not figure out what was going on) to painfully sad, Cunningham does an excellent job at making the reader completely empathize with the main character. It was well worth reading, and well worth keeping for a read again later. I also became a fan of the great sage, Oscar Wilde. Great job, Leigh!
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Leigh K Cunningham Thanks so much, Lori - I'm so glad you enjoyed it, and that it made you laugh even better.


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